Free Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) information sessionadelaide mindfulness clients

A free session that allows you to meet the teachers, chat with past participants, learn about the benefits of MSC and experience some of the simple practices.

Research supporting the positive impacts of both mindfulness and self-compassion are rapidly growing alongside the wonderful feedback that we are getting from the past participants of our MSC programs. So what is MSC? Who is it for? What will you learn? Who are the teachers? How does the programs unfold?

Come along and find out!

When: Wednesday the 28th of February, 7pm - 8:30pm

Venue: Sophia, 225 Cross Road Cumberland Park

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to register or mob: 0430-328-007

 

 

Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC): Inner Resilience Training

For teachers and health care professionals

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Are your work demands negatively impacting your well-being, quality of life, health, sleep?

Have you ever wondered if there was a skill you could use to help you sustain compassionate care in the face of competing demands like paperwork and technology, time pressure and fatigue, and the sheer extent of suffering in your work / life? 

Burgeoning research is showing that self-compassion skills can be of particular benefit to heath care workers and teachers, allowing them to experience greater satisfaction in their caring roles and reduced feelings of stress and burnout. The good news is that self-compassion skills are trainable.


MSC: Inner Resiliency Training is an adapted program tailored toward the use of mindfulness and self-compassion practices in the healthcare setting. This brief training aims to improve wellbeing and decrease burnout in people working in Health and Education by training them in skills to deal with distressing emotional situations as they occur.

Creating Balance: Wise Compassion

Compassion-based mindfulness for greater energy, clarity and joy

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Do you find it hard to say no? Are your energy levels depleted due to the care you give to others? Do you give to the point of near burn out? Is empathy for others causing problematic stress, worry, anxiety, sleep problems, or feelings of overwhelm?

This 6-hour workshop explores how gently persevering with mindfulness and self-compassion can be the key to finding that balance of wisdom and compassion in any given moment. Creating balance then evokes greater energy, steadiness and joy.

We are subject to so much suffering in our society these days, ours, our loved ones and also on a global level. Without the clarity and insights that mindfulness and self-compassion bring chronic overwhelm is an all too real possibility.

Learn skills and practices that are evidenced based, to live an authentic and compassionate life. Understanding our shared human needs and our limitations can enable us to stay loving and present without burning out or becoming over-whelmed. Through the increased clarity mindfulness can bring and by including one's self in the flow of compassion we more easefully stay connected with others through both the easy and difficult times.  

Pre-requisites:

Completion of a Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) program or Mindfulness program such as the Month of Mindfulness, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) or Mindfulness Based Stress Reducation (MBSR) is essential.  

Upcoming workshops:

Date:To be advised

For more information please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.: 0430-328-007

 

 

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